Babe is my special girl. She's a 2 y/o Barred Rock. She was trampled by the other 3 on our way home when I bought them. Near death when we opened the box, I found advice on the internet and nursed her for 3 weeks till she was strong. She's always been 'slow' but she's very sweet and appreciates my company. Yes, we bring her inside our home ALOT. She was attacked by a hawk on Jan. 1 (2 days ago). My husband saw it happen and because of our screams, dogs barking and aggressive movement from the horses a few feet away the hawk flew away. This happened 12 feet from the east wall of our house, with multiple other animals around! She has a shallow laceration along the base of her comb and probably a concussion from the hit. I am mostly concerned about her eye. There was a bit of dried blood coming out of one nostril this morning - the opposite side from the injured eye. The injured eye leaked a small amount of clear fluid for a short time after the incident, and she would not allow us to touch that part of her head, it seamed quite painful. The eye won't open, and she already had limited vision from the eye that's not been injured, so she's 95% blind right now. The injured eye has some bruising on it and some crustiness. She's been drinking well with our assistance, by a small cup placed to her beak, I believe she's been getting the injured eye wet on purpose while drinking, to soothe it. She sleeps 90% of the day. When we notice she's awake, we handle her to encourage water intake and possibly food, which is egg yolk with water, she won't take any feed, scratch or meal worms at all, liquid seems our best option. We've made a 'nest' for her in a square metal tub filled with hay to cover the bottom, it provides ample space for Babe to turn around, 1.75 times her body length, and we secure a narrow cedar branch at night for her to roost close to the bottom, without her tail feathers touching the wall of the tub, plus a hanging waterer - just in case, ya know. She cuddles the waterer but doesn't drink from it. She laid an egg this morning What would you do, right now? She is among the first group we've ever had, I'm quite the novice. Please let me know what I can do to make her more comfortable or if there is anything medically I should do. Thank you.